MENA and Du’Anyam: How two Indonesian social enterprises are tackling Covid-19 challenges

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The call to help women in rural communities has become more urgent as social enterprises struggle to survive the current crisis

With Covid-19 paralyzing economies around the world, Indonesia’s social enterprises have risen to the challenge of helping themselves to survive the onslaught of the coronavirus pandemic. The tourism industry, which employs over 10% of the national workforce and accounts for 4.8% of GDP last year, has suffered the biggest blow in Indonesia.Local craftsmen and retailers, based in popular destinations like Bali, have also lost a significant chunk of tourism sales. Two Indonesian social enterprises, Du’Anyam and MENA, have managed to adapt quickly to the Covid-19 travel restrictions that were imp...
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